Cleaning for Oxygen Service San Jose
Removing all potentially-hazardous contaminants from oxygen-delivery systems used in San Jose facilities is as important as stopping at a red light at a busy intersection. The inherent dangers associated with operating high-pressure oxygen systems cannot be argued. Utilizing Morgan Aero’s cleaning for oxygen service reduces those inherent risks.
At Morgan Aero, we offer our San Jose clients nearly 60 years of unquestioned expertise in high-pressure, liquid and gas transfer and pressurization technology. As a globally-recognized leader in this niche arena, manufacturing, aerospace, defense, and military venues throughout San Jose and around the world reap the benefits of our skilled technicians and advanced technologies.
Our clients are assured of quality cleanliness where all traces of potentially-hazardous contaminants are completely removed. Contaminants can include everything from dried skin, grease, paper, and fibers to dirt & dust, solvents, rust, sand, and weld slag. Any number of contaminants are, either, combustible or pose an unacceptable risk for those utilizing an oxygen feed.
The aerospace industry has the dubious distinction of offering enhanced concerns. A tiny spark generated by an improperly-cleaned oxygen system can generate a catastrophe in a pressurized environment, at 35,000 feet. At Morgan Aero, our San Jose clients are assured of the most meticulous cleaning procedures and exhaustive inspections – ensuring safety is our priority and has been for almost six decades.
Boeing Places Its Trust in Our Cleaning for Oxygen Service
Morgan Aero is qualified to clean the following specifications:
- Boeing BPS-O-100
- BAC 5402
- BAC 5408
- DPS 4.901
- SAE ARP1176 & MIL-STD-1359
We encourage you to contact our team at (425)-438-9600 if your San Jose facility has a cleaning specification not listed here.
Morgan Aero’s cleaning for oxygen service covers the cleaning, inspecting, and packaging of all oxygen 1) fittings 2) tube assemblies 3) crew, therapeutic & passenger masks 4) bottles and 5) oxygen test equipment and tooling.